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A pure vegetarian restaurant with simple non-fussy ambience, offers great food ranging from South Indian to North Indian and Chinese cuisine. I love to go for their South Indian section as the preparation is really good. Start your meal with real tangy 'Rasam', robust with fiery flavours. 'Fried Idli', 'Chilli Idli', 'Aloo Bonda' and 'Dahi Vada' are perfect starters. On weekends, do not miss to have 'Kanchipuram Idlis' as they are signature items of the chef. In the mains, the choice of dosas and uttapams is elaborate. I would recommend 'Mysore Masala Dosa', 'Rava Coconut Masala Dosa' and 'Mixed Vegetable Uttapam'. You may experiment their ‘Govardhan Special Dosa’ – dosa with aloo and paneer masala topped with nuts served with sambhar and rasam. From the flavours of rice, 'Tamarind Rice', 'Pongal' and 'Bisi Bela Bhaat' are the special ones, not-to-be-missed. If you are in a mood to have Chinese, 'Veg Chop suey', 'Chinese Combo', 'Veg Manchurian Gravy' and 'Chilli Garlic Noodles' are good to order. From the North Indian section, the stars of the menu are 'Dum Aloo Kashmiri', 'Kadi Pakori' and 'Bharwan Aloo'. Round off your meal with 'Rawa Kesri' or 'Fruit Salad With Ice Cream'. 'Badam Milk' and 'Masala Chatka' are popular beverages, worth trying. Finally, do not leave without having 'Filter Coffee'. Overall, a comfortable decent place for vegetarians, especially for South Indian vegetarian meal.
For Rs. 200/- you can eat as much as you can at their Sunday Brunch! There's idli, dosa, vada, upma, chhole-bhature and kesari bath, as also, chachh and South Indian filter coffee. Unlimited! Can you beat that? Whilst each item may not be a gourmet delight, it is quite good.
I along with my son went to dine at this restaurant recently on going through the reviews about the restaurant but after dinner we found it very costly in view of its quality, preparation etc.
We went to dine at the new relocated venue of this restaurant today. The dinner was very tasty and with right balance of spices & Oil in the food - really appreciative.
Firstly, its ambience is fair enough for a family restaurant. The place had fair number of customers which brings me to the second point that the service of food was "unbearably" slow. The soup service itself took more than half an hour. Thirdly, for a place this big and hosting so many customers at a time, the washroom was in a really bad condition. It was stinking so bad and customer beside us had the same complaint. The table was also incomplete. Water, napkins, and cutlery had to be asked for repeatedly. All food items had sweet taste to it. Seems like lot of cornflour was added to the gravies to thicken them. On the other hand, tomato soup was anything except "cream of tomato". The waiters were unprofessional and weren't aware of FandB services. Lastly, the billing was dome wrong and rectifying took another 25 minutes. Share
My brother-in-law was expecting two of his guests in town. My cousin and brother-in-law decided to give them a treat at Govardhan. Both of them were vegetarian and my brother-in-law prefers veg over non-veg. We were six people. We ordered 2 dhai vada which was very filling and delicious. i ordered a andhra style thali which consists puri, sambar, rasam,chatni, oil,rice, pickle, papad and sweet. We also ordered rava dhosa which is my brother's favourite along with masala dhosa and idli. All of us enjoyed the meal. Though i prefer non-veg over veg but i really enjoyed the place, their decor and service along with their excellent food. For a vegetarian and special South Indian vegetarian it is a must visit place.